Alumni Network News and Events

The latest news and updates from the AN.

If you are a member of the AN and wish to submit content to this page please email our Membership Team.

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AGCAS Alumni Network Reunion

May 2019

The 2019 AGCAS Alumni Network (AN) Reunion took place on Thursday 16 May 2019 at Newcastle University.

 AGCAS Alumni reunion (2)  16.5More information

Join the Alumni Network Directory and register your views about its future

April 2019

In order to allow members of the Alumni Network (AN) to connect easily with each other and to contribute to the future development of the AN, the Co-ordinating Group is keen to develop an accurate retired affiliates directory and to ascertain your views on current AN activities and its future focus.

By clicking on the link on the right, you can submit or update your contact details. After completing this section, please answer the three short questions that follow to provide the Co-ordinating Group with your views.  

Remember also that you can visit MYAGCAS at any time to update your personal details and preferences. All your personal data will be maintained in line with AGCAS’s personal data and privacy policy

 Alumni Network Personal Data Update

Martin Pennington runs Leicester Marathon

October 2018

Alumni Network member Martin Pennington braved the atrocious weather to complete the Leicester Marathon on Sunday 14 October in just over 4 hours and 17 minutes. He has so far raised over £1500 for Women's Aid Leicestershire, a charity that supports and works on behalf of the victims of domestic violence and abuse. 

If you wish to donate then you can do so online (this page will be open for some time after the event itself). If you prefer to donate offline, then you can contact Martin directly to make a pledge. 

 Martin after Leicester Marathon 14.10.18

Paul Hacking has walked the Great Glen Way to raise money for a  children's hospice in Tbilisi, Georgia 

October 2018

Paul Hacking, ex-Nottingham Trent University, spent part of the summer walking the Great Glen Way, all 67 miles of it, to raise money for a children's hospice in Tbilisi, Georgia.

You can read more about his intrepid experience on his blog.

You can also still sponsor Paul online for this achievement. 

 Bidzot, Paul and Henry - Great Glen   Way 2018

Paul pictured in between two of his fellow-travellers, Bidzot and Henry